REG created and produced a multimedia "Celebration of Heroes" for the West Clinic's 25th anniversary event at the magnificent Cannon Center in downtown Memphis.
The staff of the West Clinic in Memphis decided they wanted to do more than hold a typical 25th anniversary party. They enlisted REG to create something memorable and appropriate to the tremendous achievements of the clinic's doctors, nurses, and patients.
Using top local musical talent, the video production genius of Willy Bearden, and the world-class A/V crew at Nolan's, REG scripted and delivered a moving two-hour show to a capacity crowd at the Cannon Center in downtown Memphis. Speeches from cancer patients and doctors, video clips from 25 years of survivors, and awesome live music — it was an event that no one in the crowd will ever forget.
"REG created and executed a brilliant show for our 25th anniversary. Their production wowed an audience of over 2,000 people and delivered an event to be remembered as a milestone occasion in the life of our organization!" -- Virginia W. Steele, Director of Communications, The West Clinic
Dr. William West, founder of the West Clinic, speaks to the crowd at the end of the show. Surrounding him are physicians, nurses, and a select group of 25 years of cancer survivors.
Ms. Ruby Wilson, the Queen of Beale Street, delivers a stunning version of "I Believe I Can Fly," backed by a gospel choir and the contemporary jazz group Voodoo Village.
REG's party band The Venus Mission injected some high-energy fun into the event with its rendition of the 1980's anthem "Holding Out for a Hero."